Yesterday, the world bid its final farewell to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-ever reigning monarch of the United Kingdom.

A few hours after the ceremony took place, the Royal Family shared an unseen image in loving memory of Her Majesty The Queen, who lived from 1926 to 2022.

Taken at Balmoral Castle in 1971, deemed to be one of her favourite places in the UK, the Queen is seen amidst plush fauna surrounding on the Scottish estate with an elegant scarf wrapped around her head.  The photo was a poignant one, given the Queen passed away at Balmoral.

The image was shared with the one of Shakespeare’s most popular quotes from Hamlet: “May flights of Angels sing thee to thy rest.”

These were some of the precious words which King Charles III used in his first televised speech as monarch, paying tribute to his late mother.

This previously unpublished photo pays a tribute to the Queen and her years of dedication to the country. She made a lifelong commitment to serving the country on her 21st birthday and effortlessly carried out her duties as British monarch.

Laid to rest on September 19, 2022, a total of 2,000 guests, including 500 dignitaries, foreign royals and leaders and members of the Royal Family were in attendance at the state funeral service at Westminster Abbey.

The Queen has been buried at Windsor Castle alongside her late husband Prince Philip, after an intimate ceremony with the Royal Family members.

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